The Harakat Al-Shabaab Mujahideen (HSM) executed five men by a firing squad including Mohammed Ahmed Mohammed, a jihadist who escaped London in 2013.
Ahmed Mohammed was under M16 (British Intelligence) surveillance besides other UK security authorities.
He was killed for serving as a deep cover asset for the British Intelligence Service. The Al-Qaeda branch in Somalia, Harakat Al-Shabaab Mujahideen through their pro-online channels confirmed executing five men accused of spying for UK, US and Somali intelligence agencies, among them Ahmed Mohammed.
Al-Shabab executed 4 other men: Abdi Aziz Abdi Salam Sheikh Hassan, 22; Mohamed Abdullahi Awil, 35, and Jeylani Abdullahi Nur, 36, who were accused of spying for U.S. intelligence while the fifth man identified as Abdulkadir Isaq Amin, 23, was accused of spying for the Somali intelligence.
Ahmed Mohammed used to say prayers at a Mosque in Acton. The mosque he went to in Acton is problematic according to intelligence gathered by Strategic Intelligence (S.I.). It confirms that the Mosque is full of radical Salafists who promulgate Extremist ideology.
He was facing 6 charges over disobeying the terms of his Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures (TPIM), concerning his failure to report to Acton police station on six occasions in Dec 2012.
He was facing another 14 counts of alleged breaches between August and October 2011 of a control order, the predecessor to TPIMs, which include failing to report to an Ipswich police station and possessing a mobile phone he had not been given permission to have.’
Mohammed escaped from An-Noor mosque in Acton, west London, by dressing up in a burqa, cut off and discarded his electronic tag, and run away. He fled to Somalia in 2013 where he received training from Al-Shabaab.
In Nov 2015, he was arrested and ‘tortured’ by Al-Shabaab after he was suspected of trying to join pro-ISIS militants operating in northern part of Somalia.
Also known as “Mohammed Baby, Al-Shabaab’s affiliated radio station reported on Wednesday that Mohammed was among the five men executed in Jilib on Tuesday. The network repeated the claim that Mohammed had spied for MI6.